Beverly Flaxington

How to be a mentor by knowing your weaknesses

Beverly Flaxington joins Jim Blasingame to encourage you to use your own weaknesses as a way to mentor your people on why they shouldn’t be reluctant to ask for help.

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Beverly Flaxington joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how managers have had to adjust their methods and styles over the past decade to compensate for the new generation of talent joining the workplace.
Beverly Flaxington joins Jim Blasingame to discuss your plans for the New Year, including whether you’re looking forward to backward, whether you’re focused on quality or quantity performance, and whether that fits you best.
Beverly Flaxington joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how managers have had to adjust their methods and styles over the past decade to compensate for the new generation of talent joining the workplace.
Beverly Flaxington joins Jim Blasingame to discuss your plans for the New Year, including whether you’re looking forward to backward, whether you’re focused on quality or quantity performance, and whether that fits you best.
Beverly Flaxington joins Jim Blasingame to reveal how business owners should take advantage of knowing where you’re strong and where you need help and support.